The typical two year PC upgrade cycle and Microsoft's software roadmap is not going to hold in a Web-centric app-happy world. Does Redmond get it?
Apple releases phone troubleshooting manuals online. IT managers clamber for iPhones to save tech support jobs.
New training programs for education are laying the foundation for Google's advance into schools.
No good can come of censoring the Web, but it doesn't seem to bother Pakistan. iPhone 4 not sufficiently blasphemous to get banned, but hipsters may be lashed.
Identity thieves promise everyone free buckets of Oxycotin and Vicodin Jello shots.
The Internets are abuzz with news of thousands of people camping out for new phones that have serious design flaws. This phenomenon is known as "I believe everything Geezer Mossberg says."
ThinkGeek gets a cease and desist letter from the other white meat lawyers on behalf of aggrieved pigs heading to slaughter.
A new, virtual sperm and egg bank has been created, enabling really, really shallow people to breed.
Judging by its marketing, the Internet's most popular site is curing all ills and helping mankind achieve a state of enlightenment, naked on the Internet.
One wonders how long most human contestants spend practising for an appearance on the quiz show Jeopardy!. It's probably not as long as IBM's Watson supercomputer, which is finally ready to play after three years' hard work.
There is an organization devoted to people who are old. They have wealth and power, and they own the Internets. OMG!
If you don't have one of Apple's golden tickets on pre-order you have other things you can do.
In official censuses over the last few years, hundreds of thousands of people have listed their religion as Jedi - indeed, it's the second-largest religious affiliation in New Zealand.
When users went to Google.com this morning, something looked a bit different - quite a bit different in fact - causing a full-scale outrage like never before.
Internet addicts at a Chinese rehab clinic have been recaptured after a mass breakout in which they tied their instructor to his bed.
A Tennessee man found the perfect revenge after he was given a speeding ticket - he bought the local police department's website, and used it to complain.
Maybe it's because they'd seen the future and they didn't feel like they were going to need shades.
The hype surrounding Apple's WorldWide developer Confernce kick-off today is overwhelming. Here's 5 reasons not to care.
A mass experiment begins today to test a possible solution to one of life's recurring problems: the way headphone cords, electrical cables and the like get themselves into a tangled knot the minute your back is turned.
What do you want me to say? I have nothing going on today. Nothing. This was featured on Google News today. Right at the top. I went for it. You go for it, too. Sucks to be me, huh?